4 edition of At the tribunal of Caesar found in the catalog.
|Statement||W. H. T. Dau|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, , 286 p.|
|Number of Pages||286|
Having entered upon this resolution, he sends the baggage of the whole army to Labienus, in the territories of the Treviri and orders two legions to proceed to him: he himself proceeds against the Menapii with five lightly-equipped legions. At the tribunal of Caesar book [Labienus] openly says in a council that "since the Germans are said to be approaching, he would not bring into uncertainty his own and the army's fortunes, and the next day would move his camp at early dawn. In theory he could deprive the king of his imperiumor authority to command, with the agreement of the comitia curiata. Our men, taking advantage of fortune's kindness, for they were still afraid of being attacked by the enemy's fleet, if the wind abated, having come near a port, called Nymphaeum, about three miles beyond Lissus, put into it this port is protected from a south-west wind, but is not secure against a south wind ; and thought less danger was to be apprehended from the storm than from the enemy.
Here it might be learned how much fortune achieves in war, and how great casualties she produces. They move, then, feeling sure that Ambiorix has advised them as a friend, not as an enemy. As this village was divided into two parts by a river, he granted one part of it to the Gauls, and assigned the other, which had been left by them unoccupied, to the cohorts to winter in. Chapter 18 All the Gauls assert that they are descended from the god Dis, and say that this tradition has been handed down by the Druids.
They likewise discuss and impart to the youth many things respecting the stars and their motion, respecting the extent of the world and of our earth, respecting the nature of things, respecting the power and the majesty of the immortal gods. Caesar thought At the tribunal of Caesar book a proper person, on account of his favors conferred on him, to send with proposals to Pompey: and he knew that he had an influence over Pompey. These are a little below the elephant in size, and of the appearance, color, and shape of a bull. Analysis Remembering his ships' difficulties during the campaigns against the Veneti and the landing in Britain, Caesar decides to make his new ships of shallower draft than the older ones so that they can maneuver closer to shore. To them, for these reasons, he had committed the offices of greatest honor in their own country, and took care to have them chosen into the senate at an unusual age, and had bestowed on them lands taken from the enemy, and large pecuniary rewards, and from being needy had made them affluent.
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It is a disheartening situation, but the Romans stand firm, though many continue to be wounded. It is certain that many kinds of wild beast are produced in it which have not At the tribunal of Caesar book seen in other parts; of which the following are such as differ principally from other animals, and appear worthy of being committed to record.
For this enactment they advance many reasons - lest seduced by long-continued custom, they may exchange their ardor in the waging of war for agriculture; lest they may be anxious to acquire extensive estates, and the more powerful drive the weaker from their possessions; lest they construct their houses with too great a desire to avoid cold and heat; lest the desire of wealth spring up, from which cause divisions and discords arise; and that they may keep the common people in a contented state of mind, when each sees his own means placed on an equality with [those of] the most powerful.
Calpurnia is frantic, since her information indicates that the prospective assassin plans for Caesar to be dead by the end of his great triumph. Pompey perceiving that he derived no advantage from his cavalry, after a few days had them conveyed back to his camp by sea.
They made it into a sort of bread.
Nor do they regard it lawful to commit these to writing, though in almost all other matters, in their public and private transactions, they use Greek characters.
Therefore nobody was found so unreasonable as to make such demands. From the use of tribunus to describe various military officers is derived the word tribunal, originally referring to a raised platform used to address the soldiers or administer justice. But Caelius proved more severe to those very persons for whose advantage it had been designed; and starting from this At the tribunal of Caesar book, in order that he might not appear to have engaged in so dishonorable an affair without effecting something, he promulgated a law that all debts should be discharged in six equal payments, of six months each, without interest.
Many soldiers of the legions had At the tribunal of Caesar book left invalided in the camp, of whom those who had recovered in this space of time, being aboutare sent together under one standard; a large number of soldiers' attendants besides, with a great number of beasts of burden, which had remained in the camp, permission being granted, follow them.
The coastal farms are like those of the Gauls and they keep many cattle. Caesar concludes the council and imposes a levy of cavalry on the states.
He then proclaims an armed convention, marking the beginning of war. That these parts principally were left unguarded by the enemy's fleet, because they dare not venture too far from the harbor.
Volcatius Tullus, a young man; he himself, when the corn began to ripen, having set forth for the war with Ambiorix through the forest Arduenna, which is the largest of all Gaul, and reaches from the banks of the Rhine and the frontiers of the Treviri to those of the Nervii, and extends over more than mileshe sends forward L.
Still, however, Cingetorix seems likely to be favored by the Romans when several more chiefs of the Treveri ask for Caesar's aid in the name of Cingetorix.
Husbands have power of life and death over their wives as well as over their children: and when the father of a family, born in a more than commonly distinguished rank, has died, his relations assemble, and, if the circumstances of his death are suspicious, hold an investigation upon the wives in the manner adopted toward slaves; and, if proof be obtained, put them to severe torture, and kill them.
Others have figures of vast size, the limbs of which formed of osiers they fill with living men, which being set on fire, the men perish enveloped in the flames. Chapter 17 To this, Caesar did not then think proper to make any reply, nor do we now think it worth recording.
Wherefore, they should have pity on themselves, and the republic: for, from their own misfortunes, they had sufficient experience of what fortune can effect in war.
The rest of the army he takes to meet the Britons. He recommended them to be especially careful to provide corn, because those regions were nearest to him.
But it was well At the tribunal of Caesar book by its natural situation and a hill. These assemble at a fixed period of the year in a consecrated place in the territories of the Carnutes, which is reckoned the central region of the whole of Gaul.
One avows that the camp is already taken, another maintains that, the enemy having destroyed the army and commander-in-chief, are come hither as conquerors; most form strange superstitious fancies from the spot, and place before their eyes the catastrophe of Cotta and Titurius, who had fallen in the same fort.
The next day Caesar, came up with him. But their conversation was suddenly interrupted by darts thrown from all sides, from which Vatinius escaped by being protected by the arms of the soldiers. In theory he could deprive the king of his imperiumor authority to command, with the agreement of the comitia curiata.
Chapter 53 Thus six engagements having happened in one day, three at Dyrrachium, and three at the fortifications, when a computation was made of the number of slain, we found that about two thousand fell on Pompey's side, several of them volunteer veterans and centurions.
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